Barnsley Gothic is a condensed sans serif font family. It was designed by Steve Jackaman of International TypeFounders, Inc. (ITF) in 2017. It was developed alongside its sister font family, Steelplate Gothic Pro, and includes support for Latin 1 and Central/Eastern European languages.
The family is named after the town of Barnsley, a coal mining town in Yorkshire, England. In 1960, there were roughly seventy collieries within a fifteen-mile radius of Barnsley town center, however the last of these closed in 1994.
Barnsley Gothic has a straightforward, industrious, no-nonsense feel, much like the town it shares a name with. Always ready to do the heavy lifting in any design project, Barnsley is the quintessential workhorse font family.
Barnsley Gothic is a trademark of International TypeFounders, Inc.
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